Spinneys Group news

11 September 2014
As Spinneys announces plans to export its private label globally, Qatar’s Al Meera confirms its expansion plans, while Casino’s Tunisia-based and Carrefour’s UAE-based franchisees reveal growth strategies of their own, we round-up news from retailers in Middle East and North Africa. Spinneys aiming to drive growth for ‘100 plan’ strategy As part of the retailer’s ‘Spinneys 100 plan’ – which...
24 July 2013
Egypt-based Spinneys has announced that it is going to start operating a loyalty card in conjunction with Lebanon-based businesses. Tie up to reward shoppers Spinneys said that the first shoppers to enjoy the new benefits will be employees of Banque Libano-Française and LibanPost and enable them to collect 15 points for every LBP15,000 – about US$10 – rather than 10 points for the standard ca...
12 April 2013
Spinneys’ chief executive, Michael Wright, has told Arabian Business that the retailer is searching for opportunities to expand in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Retailer to add 10 stores in Saudi Arabia Wright said that the company was aiming to open 10 stores in Saudi Arabia, with a focus on Jeddah and Riyadh. He was quoted as saying: “ In Saudi Arabia, we’ve worked with the developer on projects...
08 April 2013
Spinneys’ chief executive, Michael Wright, has told Arabian Business that the Lebanon-based retailer will launch online during 2013. Online operations to start in Lebanon Wright said that the launch of an online service in all the markets Spinneys operates in – Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Qatar – will enable shoppers to order online and then have goods either delivered to their home or made ...